Travelling from UK to Sweden

stevek @ 03-12-2008 16:07

Hi there,
I've read a lot of topics and I've got a lot of answers but I could use some quick, specific answers to my personal questions.

I'm wanting to travel from the UK to Sweden in Feb and I've read on the internet that this route is the best to take.

London - Brussels (Eurostar)
Brussels - Cologne (THAYLS)
Cologne - Copenhagen (CNL)
Copenhagen - Stockholm (X2000)

I understand the surcharge on the sleeper train but I wanted to know if with the Interrail pass all of my train journeys are free.
I know the Eurostar is a special circumstance, my main question is are the THAYLS, CNL and X2000 free to travel on with the pass?

Sorry for asking a question many people have probably already asked but I need answers specific to my journey.

Thank you for any help you can give =]

Pete @ 04-12-2008 08:16

the best way is this one... use the ferry:

travel to Rotterdam by direct regional train (free) then by IC (free as well) to Amsterdam or Bruessels. you will find also connections without THALYS to Cologne.



hope this will help you ... 🙂

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